Winter storm changes in your First Alert Forecast - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

12/23/09

Winter storm changes in your First Alert Forecast

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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - While some light rain is likely Wednesday, coverage will be spotty and amounts light initially.

Rain and snow chances increase Wednesday night through Thursday morning with one to two inches of snow possible in Lubbock by daybreak Thursday. Two to four inches of snow will be possible north of a line from Springlake to Plainview and Matador. Travel conditions will become hazardous Wednesday night through Thursday as a winter storm moves across the South Plains.

If you are traveling north Wednesday or early Thursday expect winter weather: Heavy snow, low visibility in blowing snow, and slick roads, across NE New Mexico, S Colorado, the NW Texas Panhandle, the Oklahoma Panhandle, and W Kansas. See below for Road Condition telephone numbers.

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Tonight cloudy, slight chance of rain showers west. Wednesday a few light rain showers, cloudy, windy, cooler. Wednesday night and Thursday morning, light snow possible, cloudy, cold. Christmas Eve, morning light snow showers possible, mostly cloudy, windy, cold. Christmas mostly fair, cold.

High temperature today: 51°

Low temperature today: 35°

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